In Episode 095 we discuss the infectious and groove-driven jam off Gotta Jibboo from February 20, 2003 at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. A relentless example in hooked-up candy jamming, this Jibboo feels plucked out of Summer 1998, or an example of the joy that emitted from Fall 2013, dropped here, unexpectedly, in the dimly lit era of 2.0 Phish. Try all you might, I dare you to forego a massive dance party in your house to this jam.
Songs featured in this episode are:
LCD Soundsystem: “All My Friends”
Carly Rae Jepsen: “Cut To The Feeling”
Big Walter Horton: “The Honeydripper”
Elmore James: “Dust My Broom”
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In addition, we discuss two new 2020 records we highly recommend: Horse Lords: “The Common Task” and Tan Cologne: “Cave Vaults on the Moon in New Mexico”
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